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3313rd phase activities of IEA PVPS Task 8 (2006-2008): Very Large Scale Photovoltaic Power Generation (VLS-PV) systems on the desert 3rd phase activities of IEA PVPS Task 8 (2006-2008): Very Large Scale Photovoltaic Power Generation (VLS-PV) systems on the desert 2006/08/31K. Komoto, K. Kurokawa, M. Ito, u.a.  /  IEA PVPS
332New knowledge how to make the very large scale PVs happen on the desert! [A]New knowledge how to make the very large scale PVs happen on the desert! [A]2006/08/31K. Kurokawa K. Komoto P. van der Vleuten u.a.  /  IEA PVPS
333A NEW KNOWLEDGE HOW TO MAKE THE VERY LARGE SCALE PVS HAPPEN ON THE DESERT!A NEW KNOWLEDGE HOW TO MAKE THE VERY LARGE SCALE PVS HAPPEN ON THE DESERT!2006/08/31K. Kurokawa K. Komoto P. van der Vleuten u.a.  /  IEA PVPS
334Environmental benefits of PV sytems in OECD citiesEnvironmental benefits of PV sytems in OECD cities2006/08/31B. Gaiddon, M. Jedliczka  /  IEA PVPS
335Feed in tariffs and BIPV. Can we make it a winning team? Feed in tariffs and BIPV. Can we make it a winning team? 2005/05/31T. Nordmann  /  IEA PVPS
336Feed in tariffs and BIPV - Can we make it a winning team?/1Feed in tariffs and BIPV - Can we make it a winning team?/12005/05/31T. Nordmann  /  IEA PVPS
337Performance of Grid-Connected PV Systems: Overview of PVPS Task 2 ResultsPerformance of Grid-Connected PV Systems: Overview of PVPS Task 2 Results2005/05/31U. Jahn, T. Nordmann, L. Clavadetscher  /  IEA PVPS
338Achievements of Task 2 of IEA PV Power Systems Programme: Final results on PV system performance Achievements of Task 2 of IEA PV Power Systems Programme: Final results on PV system performance 2004/05/31U. Jahn, W. Nasse, T. Nordmann, u.a.  /  IEA PVPS
339Mainstraining PV in the Urban Landscape - Activities of the new Task 10 IEA PVPS Implementing Agreement Mainstraining PV in the Urban Landscape - Activities of the new Task 10 IEA PVPS Implementing Agreement 2004/05/31C. Herig, J. Ayoub, B. Gaiddon, H. Kaan, u.a.  /  IEA PVPS
340Performance Analysis, Reliability and Sizing of PV SystemsPerformance Analysis, Reliability and Sizing of PV Systems2004/05/31U. Jahn W. Nasse T. Nordman L. Clavadetscher  /  IEA PVPS
341Performance of PV systems under real conditions Performance of PV systems under real conditions 2004/02/29T. Nordmann, U. Jahn, W. Nasse  /  IEA PVPS
342Performance analysis and reliability of grid-connected PV-systems in IEA countries Performance analysis and reliability of grid-connected PV-systems in IEA countries 2003/04/30U. Jahn, W. Nasse  /  IEA PVPS
343Understanding temperature effect on PV system performance  Understanding temperature effect on PV system performance 2003/04/30T. Nordmann, L. CLavadetscher  /  IEA PVPS
344Subsidies versus rate-based incentives for technology, economical and market development of PV. The European experience. Subsidies versus rate-based incentives for technology, economical and market development of PV. The European experience. 2003/04/30T. Nordmann  /  IEA PVPS
345Performance analysis of stand alone PV-systems from rational use of energy point of viewPerformance analysis of stand alone PV-systems from rational use of energy point of view2003/04/30D. Mayer, M. Heldenreich  /  IEA PVPS

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Title:Deployment of photovoltaic technologies: co-operation with developing countries Task IX of the International Energy Agency's Photovoltaic POwer systems programme
Issue date:2000/04/30
Description:This paper describes the aims, objectives and progress to date of Task 9 of the International Energy Agency's Photovoltaic Power Systems Programme. The overall mission of the IEA PVPS Programme is to encourage international collaboration efforts through which photovoltaic energy becomes a significant option in the near future. The objective of Task 9 is to further increase the overall rate of successful deployment of PV systems in developing countries where PV is often the only viable option for remote electrification. Task 9 is therefore exploring the possibilities for, and scope of, cooperation with developing countries and international financial institutions. The following countries are actively participating in the work of the Task: Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. The United Nations Development Programme and the World Bank also participate in Task 9.
Creator / Publisher:J.R. Bates B. McNelis A. Arter W. Rijssenbeek  /  IEA PVPS
Copyright:IEA PVPS
Filesize:32 Kilobyte
Filetype:pdf
Category:Paper
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Task 9
2000
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pap9_001_task 9_May_2000.pdf